Juno Kim

February 17, 2017

Is It Worth Visiting Chisinau, Moldova?

“I get it, you like Moldova. But, tell me, is It really Worth Visiting Chisinau?” Before we decided to travel there, I barely knew anything about Moldova, including the fact that Chisinau is the capital city. We arrived by overnight […]
February 13, 2017
House of the Soviets

Visiting Transnistria: Am I in Moldova or Russia?

Traveling to Former Soviet Union countries? If you are really interested in countries of the Former Soviet Union (FSU), Transnistria should be high on your list. Officially the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR), Transnistria is a self-proclaimed republic wedged between Moldova […]
February 6, 2017

Why You Should Visit Moldova Right Now

Moldova. What do you know about this country? It’s a small territory wedged between Romania and Ukraine, which used to be part of the Soviet Union until its independence in 1991. Before that, it was part of Romania. With a […]
January 17, 2017

My Personal Home Remedies to a Healthier Life Even While Traveling

Traveling long-term can be grueling for our body. We are more sensitive than we think! The change of diet, water, climate, and environment affects our system. Not to mention, a long-haul flight, bus or train ride is another stressful factor. […]
January 10, 2017

Finn Slough: Historic Place that Inspires, Informs, and Entertains

There’s a little piece of land outside of Vancouver, Canada, that triggers your imagination. It’s a collection of small sheds, float houses, and boats almost hidden from the main street by overgrown bushes. Time has stopped here; it’s like looking […]
January 7, 2017

Why New Orleans is the Most Interesting US City to Visit

Only a few cities in the US really stand out above the others. Many of the country’s cities are historically immature and lack the character of European cities. Anyhow, it’s the natural places of the United States that really shine. […]
January 6, 2017
Nicolae and Elena Ceausescu's bathroom covered in gold

Bucharest’s Newest Attraction: Look Inside of Ceausescu’s Private Life at Palatul Primaverii (Spring Palace)

On Christmas Day in 1989, Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife, Elena, were executed by firing squad. It’s difficult to understand and sum up the history of a foreign country, especially a complex one like Romania’s. Romania began a […]
January 3, 2017

Thinking about the New Year: Home, Travel, and a Baby

The thoughts that keep me up at night 2016 is gone and New Year’s Day has come. The Earth traveled another 940 million kilometers (584 million miles). Where did the time go? Oh I know, I worked, traveled, watched movies, […]
December 28, 2016

Soak Up Budapest! A Guide to Budapest’s Thermal Baths

I enjoy soaking in thermal baths, especially if it’s directly from hot springs. A healthy two for one deal! Budapest was my home for a few weeks this winter which means the medicinal thermal baths were scheduled into my routine. […]
December 27, 2016

A Digital Nomad’s Guide for Budapest

Looking for a temporary home in Europe? When Stephen and I were searching for a good temporary home in Europe, there were a lot of great candidates. From small towns to big cities, we were considering many options. For the […]
December 22, 2016

Bali Unexpected: Bali for Adventure Travelers

Oh, Bali. The name carries so much emotion. It’s the place symbolizes peace, tranquil, and healing. Bali has been a popular destination for a long time but it attracted more people after the Eat, Pray, Love phenomena. Thankfully, Bali still […]
December 21, 2016

Best Destinations of 2016: Alaska, England, Quebec, and More

It’s that time of the year again. Let’s look back and review the 10 best destinations of 2016! This year was full of new experiences and visiting familiar places that I adore. I spent a lot of time in Korea […]